SIG Sauer P320 X5 Legion 9mm Full-Size Optics Ready Handgun - 17-Round - Black
Manufactured by Sig Sauer
If you are serious about competition shooting, the Sig Sauer P320 has probably been on your radar for quite some time and you are probably familiar with the Legion series of upgraded pistols. Now you can enjoy quality and reliability of the P320 with the new X5 Legion model. The Sig P320 XFive Legion features the same frame shape with a high beavertail and undercut trigger guard for better recoil management but is made from a brand new material. The XFive Legion grip frame is made from a tungsten infused polymer that gives you the weight of steel with the flex of polymer to further reduce felt recoil and muzzle flip. Combined with the new grip module is a skeletonized flat faced trigger that reduces the pull weight by about 30% for fast and accurate follow up shots. Another upgrade included with this model is the steel guide rod with a 14 pound 1911 style recoil spring but also includes a 12 pound spring so you can swap them out depending on ammo preference.
- 5” 9mm bull barrel
- Tungsten infused polymer grip module
- Signature Legion Grey finish
- Skeletonized XSeries flat face trigger
- Dawson Precision adjustable fiber optic sights
- Slide cut for Sig mini red dot sights
- Steel guide rod with 14lb and 12lb recoil springs
- Removable grip weight and flared magwell
- Includes 3 17-round magazine with Henning aluminum base plates
Caliber Gauge9mm Luger
Best ForConceal Carry
Frame SizeFull Size
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
6/5/2022 12:24 am SG320X5-9-LEGION-R2
Need a lot of trigger work
I used to own the Maxwell version of this pistol and traded it in for a CZ and Walther PDP. You would think that a pistol that was supposed to be made for competition would have a great trigger, but I was seriously disappointed the CZ, Canik, and Walther triggers are far better options than the Sig Sauer P320.